Globalization, Social Movements and the New Internationalismsby Peter Waterman, Peter Fairbrother (Editor), Tony Elger (Editor)
In a political climate where loose talk of a third way passes for political idealism, Waterman's passionate book examines the possibilities for a new style global solidarity suited to complex capitalist modernity. The author examines the past internationalism of Labour and socialists and the present one of radical-democratic social movements, discussing how the Left might build on this experience to recover a humanist and emancipatory tradition of internationalism, which would address our multiple global social problems.
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